(a) The results obtained from the evaluations required under section three of this article;
(b) How braille will be implemented as the primary mode for learning through integration with other classroom activities;
(c) The date on which braille instruction will commence;
(d) The length of the period of instruction and the frequency and duration of each instructional session;
(e) The level of competency in braille reading and writing to be achieved by the end of the period and the objective assessment measures to be used; and
(f) If a decision has been made under section two of this article, that braille instruction or use is not required for the child:
(1) Documentation that the decision was reached after a review of pertinent literature describing the educational benefits of braille instruction and use; and
(2) A specification of the evidence used to determine that the child's ability to read and write effectively without braille instruction is not impaired.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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